First Americans & the New World

First People and European Explorers in the United States.
Toggle Filters

Filter By:

Clear Filters
Grade
Resource Type
Downloadable Content
A Significant Setback | Walter Edgar's Journal
A Significant Setback | Walter Edgar's Journal

Audio

Dr. Smith outlines the decrease in morale in the South after Gettysburg. The South suffered heavy losses, and some critics made their feelings known regarding General Robert E. Lee, and Confederate...
John Wesley | History of SC Slide Collection
John Wesley | History of SC Slide Collection

Photo

John Wesley (1703-1791), the founder of the Methodist Church, was in South Carolina only briefly, but the denomination he founded has had a profound effect on the province and state. From a small...
George Monck | History of SC Slide Collection
George Monck | History of SC Slide Collection

Photo

George Monck (1608-1670) was one of the eight original Proprietors of Carolina. A supporter of Charles I, Monck was captured and imprisoned for two years in the Tower of London, but with the defeat of...
John Locke | History of SC Slide Collection
John Locke | History of SC Slide Collection

Photo

John Locke (1632-1704) was an English philosopher. Locke's connection with the Carolina colony was a result of his friendship with Lord Anthony Ashley-Cooper (see Anthony Ashley-Cooper). In 1669...